It’s being touted as the biggest party in Toronto’s history – Raptors fans and players will celebrate the historic NBA Championship win on Monday with a parade.
The event could draw more than one million people to downtown streets to revel in the team’s first NBA title.
Starting at 10 a.m., the team will ride atop double-decker buses from Exhibition Place, down Lake Shore Boulevard, past Scotiabank Arena to Nathan Phillips Square for a final rally.
The Raptors won their first league title in Game 6 over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night. Back at home, Raptors fans flocked to the streets until the early hours of the morning to celebrate a win 24 years in the making.
Fans are being encouraged to wear any Raptors-related gear for the day. Over the weekend, Toronto Mayor John Tory suggested employers give people a little time off work Monday so they can be a part of history.
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